(?), a. [OE. tretable, F. traitable, L. tractabilis. See Treat, and cf. Tractable.] Manageable; tractable; hence, moderate; not violent. [Obs.] " A treatable disposition, a strong memory." R. Parr.
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A kind of treatable dissolution.
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The heats or the colds of seasons are less treatable than with us.
Sir W. Temple.
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